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Rotterdam (in Dutch Rotterdam AFI: [ɾɔtər'dɑm]) is a Dutch city located to the west of the country, in the province of South Holland, and a port on the river Meuse, near The Hague. Located 30 km from the sea, it has a population of 634,660 inhabitants of 174 nationalities. The metropolitan area of Rotterdam has a population of 2.82 million people.
The city is known for the Erasmus University, its cultural life, its maritime heritage and its innovative architecture. It will be the host city of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020.
The port of Rotterdam, Europoort, is the largest in Europe and the second largest in the world. It is connected to the Rhine river.
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Calypso apartment City Center near Central Station with Parking
Luxurious city centre apartment
De With Studio's
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Supernova Hotel ★★★★
nhow Rotterdam ★★★★
citizenM Rotterdam ★★★★
Universal Esperanto Association
The Universal Esperanto Association (in Esperanto, Universala Esperanto-Asocio, UEA) was founded in 1908. The UEA is currently the largest international organization for Esperanto speakers and has members in 119 countries. UEA works not only to spread Esperanto, but also to stimulate discussion about the world linguistic problem and draw attention to the need for equality between languages. It also deals with official relations with the UN, UNESCO, the International Organization for Standardization and the International Information Center for Terminology.
The UEA headquarters are located in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, together with the World Organization of Esperantist Youth (TEJO). Apart from this, there are other centers, among which the New Yorker stands out at the headquarters of the United Nations.
Its objectives are, according to the 1980 statutes:
Increase the use of the Esperanto international language.
Act for the solution of the linguistic problem in international relations and facilitate international communication.
Facilitate all kinds of relationships (material and spiritual) between human beings, beyond differences of birth, race, sex, religion, politics or language.
Increase among its members a strong sense of solidarity, and develop in them the understanding and esteem for other peoples. Each year, the UEA organizes the Kongreso University (Universal Congress of Esperanto), in which between 1500 and 3000 people usually participate. The UEA publishes books, has the largest postal sales service for books in Esperanto in the world (with more than 4000 books, CDs and others), and maintains an important library of books in Esperanto.
Its president is Mark Fettes (Canada) elected in 2013. Previous presidents have been: Ernfrid Malmgren (Sweden, 1947-1956), Giorgio Canuto (Italy, 1956-1960), Harry Holmes (England, 1960-1962), Yagi Hideo (Japan, 1962-1964), Ivo Lapenna (Yugoslavia, 1964-1974), Humphrey R. Tonkin (England, 1974-1980, 1986-1989), Grégoire Maertens (Belgium, 1980-1986), John C. Wells (England , 1989-1995) Lee Chong-Yeong (South Korea, 1995-1998), Keppel Enderby (Austrialia 1998-2001), Renato Corsetti (Italy 2001-2007), Probal Dasgupta (India 2007-2013).
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Short Stay Rotterdam Centre
B&B The Old Dike
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Hotel Breitner ★★★
ibis Rotterdam City Centre ★★★
Hotel Emma ★★★
Holiday Inn Express Rotterdam - Central Station ★★★
De Doelen is a concert hall and convention center located in Rotterdam, in the Netherlands. It was originally built in 1934, destroyed in 1940 during the Second World War bombings and rebuilt in 1966.
It has a variety of facilities, including the Grote Zaal, a large concert hall with 2200 seats that can also be used as a convention center. It currently hosts the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra.